Lior joined Lambda as a 1L, and it’s been his home at HLS ever since. LGBTQ advocacy has been one of the biggest parts of his life since pretty much forever, and he’s been lucky to spend his summers working with the inspiring folks at the ACLU LGBT Rights Project and the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Outside of Lambda, Lior is excited to be a senior board member of the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender (indisputably the most awesome journal at Harvard). Lior is a proud parent to Sneaky, a rambunctious cat who spends his life exploring the mysteries of rubber bands, bubble wrap, and toes.
Sean grew up in Orlando, but thanks to Lambda he thinks Cambridge is the happiest place on earth. After graduating from Harvard College and working in DC for a few years, Sean and his fiancé Luis were fortunate enough to come back as HLS classmates. In the long run, Sean would love to return to DC and work on gender and sexuality policy. His current hobbies include running, watching TV, and trying to plan a wedding.
Alex Chen, ’15
CAMPUS LIFE CHAIRS
Sarah Gersten, ’16
Sarah is a 2L originally from southern New Hampshire. After graduating from Tulane University with a BA in Film Studies and Communications, she enjoyed a brief stint working for ESPN Radio before coming to law school. Sarah spent her 1L summer working for Marvel Entertainment in New York. Outside of film, music, and television Sarah’s interests include cooking and eating Creole and Cajun cuisine, soccer, and of course HLS Lambda!
Shane is a 3L from the Chicago area, and graduated from Duke University in 2012 with a degree in Economics and Philosophy. In addition to Lambda, he is involved with the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Program, the Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review, and the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project. Outside of the law, he is particularly passionate about music and LGBTQ-Catholic relations. He spent his 1L summer at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, and split his 2L summer between a law firm and the Consumer Financial Protection Agency. He previously served as a Lambda 1L Representative and co-President.
Andres Caicedo, ’16
Stephen Silva, ’16
Stephen is a rising 2L from Massachusetts who graduated from Yale with a BA in Portuguese. He served as an LGBT peer counselor at Yale and at Identity House in New York. Prior to law school, Stephen focused on legal and social services endeavors involving mental health, immigration and the LGBT community, including as an asylum paralegal at Immigration Equality in New York City. He is a member of Harvard Defenders, captains the Harvard Immigration Law Moot Court team, and sits on the General Board of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.
Evelyn is a 2L from San Diego. She graduated from the University of San Diego with a BA in in History. Prior to attending HLS, she spent seven years traveling the world, working for MTV Networks and John Paul Mitchell Systems. She spent her 1L summer working in Sydney, Australia for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and the National Children’s and Youth Law Centre. In addition to Lambda, Evelyn serves as Community Chair for the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender and rules the seven sections of HLS as Khaleesi of Beeritas. She is an exotic reptile breeder, hair stylist, wild child, explorer and world wanderer.
Joseph is a 2L from Kansas City, Missouri. He came straight to law school after studying English and theatre at Miami University in Ohio. In addition to Lambda, he volunteers with Project No One Leaves, works on the Consumer Financial Distress Project, and performs in the Parody. He spent his 1L summer at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Missouri.
Anna is a 2L from New York City. She graduated from Claremont McKenna College with a dual major in Religious Studies and International Relations. Anna spent her 1L summer working at the American Civil Liberties Union in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where she focused on LGBT rights and police abuse cases. Outside of Lambda, Anna is the Chair of the LLM/SJD Committee of the Women’s Law Association, as well as an Article Editor, Technical Editor, and Student Writing Co-Chair for the Journal of Law and Gender. She enjoys road trips, running, and watching Game of Thrones.